by Howard Rockman
In Say, Whose Country Is This Anyway?, Howard Rockman tells it all. He explodes the myth and the danger of globalization and the trade policies it leads to. This volume is easy to read; Rockman does not waste time with economic jargon and technical theories. He dispenses with the charts, figures, and graphs. This may be the first nontechnical book to tell you all you need to know about our economy.
Like a musical selection, Rockman establishes a main theme followed by sub-themes. In this way he brings all facets of his topic to the surface, leading to a unified, clear explanation of the subject, leaving the reader with no doubt about his goals and objectives. You will be able to answer all objections to the book’s precepts and its main theme: America’s economic self-interest is justifiable to regain its vitality.
Here’s a toast to the present and future of the American people. May they express what is declared for them in the Preamble to the Constitution.
- Explodes the myth and danger of globalization.
- Easy to read, so you will understand everything in this book!
- No charts, figures, tables or graphs!
- May be the first non-technical book that explains all you need to know about our economy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Howard Rockman defines himself as a “qualified, unknown author,” not a well known economist with an axe to grind. This is exactly why he is qualified to write this book.
(2005, paperback, 82 pages)
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